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michaela starts now. >>> the secret clinton files, a huge trove of documents about bill and hillary clinton. what do they say? when will they be released? why it puts president obama in a bind. >> a baby with three jen etd tick parents. scientists say they can do it but should they? who gets custody, who has legal rights? >> he shook up the world or was it the mom? >> new information that the fbi thought one of the most famous fights in history might have been fixed? we will hear from boxing legend, don king live. >> hello. i'm john berman. >> i'm michaela pereira. good morning out west. it is 8:00 a.m. out there. >>> happening now, a passenger terminal at the port of miami is being evacuated due to a bag of unknown substance. evacuation is affecting terminal "b" and a norwegian ship. they are out working on this. >> also, at this hour, we're awaiting a big decision by arizona governor, jan brewer, on the controversial ledgereligiou freedom bill. they include american, delta airlines, marriott and at&t. sources are telling us that brewer is very likely to veto it. it would allow bus
to ease the crisis in ukraine. >>> explosive words from hillary clinton, comparing vladmir putin to hitler and nazis. does she have her own ukraine problem. >>> hold on tight. asteroids hours away from a close drive bsh -by of earth. what you need to know right now. >>> hello, everyone. i'm john berman. michaela pereira is off today. we would like to el with come our viewers here in the united states and around the world. those stories and more. it is high-stakes diplomacy and tit for tat threats happening right now as the world looks for ways to respond to russia's military intervention in ukraine. secretary of state, john kerry, face to face with sergei lavrov. they are both in paris for talks that have been planned before the russian takeover. the talks are so much more urgent. perhaps the most important test yet as to whether dialogue can be used to resolve the crisis in ukraine. in some ways, there have been setbacks. if the us and eu impose sanctions on russia, washington is looking at a series of punitive steps including economic and diplomatic sanctions designed to isolate moscow.
this from the start, but hillary clinton and president obama seemed to thing that russia was a good actor and reliable partner five years ago. van's pointed out, you know, russia's not been a good actor for a very long time. >> russia hasn't been a good act are for a very long time. but what did we say when president bush was president and russia came into georgia and took away abkhazia and south ossetia? they still occupy those places today. so it's very easy to say that a president should be doing something different -- >> but my question on that, and i've heard that response before about president bush and georgia, but if you're suggesting we should have been stronger after the georgia invasion, aren't you suggesting we should be stronger now too? >> i think we should be strong now, i agree with that. we should have been strong then and we should be strong now. we have to do two things. we bolster ukraine because we want them looking west and we have to punish russia. at the same time we looked in iran and we found sanctions that the iranians are negotiating with us because our sanctio
does joe no? the surprising report that people in joe biden's inner circle think that hillary clinton will not run for president. >>> recognition has its upside and downside and you may say its backside. partnership pa middleton with words you will never forget about the look you will never forget. ♪ >>> hello, everyone. i'm john berman. michaela is on the road. stories right now at this hour. right now, at the white house you're looking at live pictures. this is where the first lady, michelle obama any minute from now, will be announcing changes to food knew frinutrition label. they are hoping that it will help you make healthy choices. dr. sanjay gupta will show us how serving sizes and calorie counts will get a complete total overhaul. >>> elsewhere at the white house, a wchl ary eye on russia. dozens of gunmans at the ukraine southern region and raised a russian flag. you can see it there. ukrainians are bitterly torn between old ties to moscow a a future more closely aligned with the united states and also with the west. >>> a russian warship has docked in havana and cuba. it's
president clinton on's name. that's coming up. his library released more than 4,000 pages of memos and this could shed light on everything from the push from health care reform to the early struggle against al qaeda. these papers could also have an impact on the next race for the white house. the memos will give us insight into hilary clinton as first lady and could provide juicy details for her opponents to use a little later. keep this in mind. this is the beginning. 33,000 pages could be released over the course of the next month. let's talk about this and what we are learning. our chief political analyst gloria borger joins us and brianna keilar. welcome. i realize we are talking pamgs a pages and pages. tell me what you see so far. >> what i have seen and we have about a dozen people here at cnn going through the documents here right now. what we are seeing so far is just kind of pulling back the curtain and showing us color i guess you could say on how this white house handled negotiations over health care reform. also interesting tidbits about then first lady hilary clinton.
the clinton presidency. cnn is beginning to pore through them. we're going to tell you what we find. >>> and right now, heavy rains are slamming california and residents are bracing for the worst. the worst being flooding. mudslides and disaster. we'll take you there, live. >>> hello, i'm wolf blitzer in washington. we start with ukraine, a country on edge right now, as tensions with russia escalate. its ousted leader speaking from the russian border town of russ at that dan. former ukrainian president, victor yanukovych, fighting to restore order in the capital of kiev, and blaming the unrest on, quote, a group of bandits, fascists and radicals. he called the new interim government illegitimate and insisted he wants to return home, but only if his security can be guaranteed. butti yanukovych says there is limit to what he'll do to regain power. listen to this. >> translator: russia must use all its possibilities in order to overcome this chaos, this terror, which today is taking place in ukraine. but i would like to say, once again, and to add that i categorically am against any in
. hillary clinton comparing putin to adolf hitler. did he go too far? good afternoon, everyone. i'm jake tapper. the word lead, for days now every time that red phone rang the russians have seemingly been checking their caller i.d. and saying it's the americans again, let it go to voice mail. literally, lots of unreturned phone calls between u.s. and russian dips. that changed a short time ago with the highest level diplomatic talks we've witnessed since the crisis began. secretary of state john kerry meeting with his counterpart sergey lavrov this afternoon. from the way kerry later described it the main weapon the u.s. is using against the russians is shame. >> russia's violation of ukraine's sovereignty and territorial integrity as actually united the world in support of the ukrainian people. russia can now choose to de-escalate this situation, and we are committed to working with russia. together with our friends and allies in an effort to provide a way for this entire situation to find the road to deescalation. >> kerry said that all signs have agreed that a dialogue is the best way
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debbie wasserman schultz, chair of the dnc, showed up at the end of your campaign. hillary clinton didn't show up, joe biden didn't show up, vir chilly no one came in, didn't really raise money for you, did injure actually nothing to help you try to beat chris christie. is that fair? >> essentially, but you sound like you're reveling in it. >> not reveling in it. just looking back and i'm wondering if it might have been different if you would have had some support from some of your the fellow democrats. >> there's no question. it was a matter of resources. back in august we lopped ten points off his lead in the polls without spending any money because people were focused on the election. you know, i had a call from one of the political bosses in september saying to me, you know, barbara, i can't tell you who told me this but the internal polls are closing, and i said i know that, i knew that was going to happen when people started focusing on the issues. he said to me too bad you don't have money to go up on tv and, you know, make sure that people know who you are. and i said, you know,
for hillary clinton. more than 30,000 pages of confidential documents from the bill clinton presidency should have been made public a year ago. but they are still under lock and key. that's according to the website, politico. some but not all of the papers may soon be released, and that could cause some problems for hillary clinton if she runs for president in 2016. our senior political analyst, ron brownstein, joining us now from culver city, out in the california. ron, give us an idea of what kind of documents we're talking about, what this potentially could mean if hillary clinton runs for president. >> reporter: hi, wolf. first of all, substantively, i have written books using the presidential libraries and the general trend over time is to longer delay and narrow disclosure. fdr library, lbj library, huge trove material, part of a long standing trend. we don't know what are in the documents. many confidential advice within the white house. i think politically, this really plays into the broader issue, which is that obviously one of the fulcrum points of the hillary clinton campaign in 20
of papers from bill clinton's presidency that have been kept hid frn view for more than a decade. they soon could be made public. but will the clintons fight their release? >>> plus, he fought for his life surviving an ied and sniper fire while watching his army brothers die, but as the pentagon slashes its budget, could the battle be lost? ♪ [ female announcer ] most of the time it's easy to know which option is better. other times, not so much. so it's good to know that mazola corn oil has 4 times more cholesterol blocking plant sterols than olive oil. and a recent study found that it can help lower cholesterol 2 times more. take care of those you love and cook deliciously. mazola makes it better. [ chainsaw whirring ] humans -- sometimes life trips us up. sometimes we trip ourselves up. and although the mistakes may seem to just keep coming at you, so do the solutions. like multi-policy discounts from liberty mutual insurance. save up to 10% just for combining your auto and home insurance. call liberty mutual insurance at... [ thump ] to speak with an insurance expert and ask about all
. the politics lead. flashback friday. withheld pages from the clinton presidency is released and shines new light on hillary clinton. >>> and the buried lead. actor seth rogen calls out washington, d.c., for not calling out something that is important. seth rogen live on "the lead" today. good afternoon, everyone. i'm jake tapper. we're going to begin, of course, with the world lead and armed men who may be tied to the russian military who have seized control of two airports in the ukraine. we're also hearing that as many as 20 russian marines armed with machine guns have surrounded a tv station in crimea, southern ukraine, although for right now they remain outside of the building. marines were called in to keep the building secure. this, as the country's ousted president emerged from the shadows today and came out swinging against his political opponents. a defiant viktor yanukovych made an appearance under russian presence saying that he's still in charge and he's not backing down. >> translator: nobody has overturned me. i was compelled to leave ukraine due to a direct threat of my life
up on "new day," the highest polls yet that say democrats want hillary clinton to run. so did she make her case at this big event in miami last night. listen and see if she's your choice. we're live there for you. >>> and what's in your food? i know you wonder this. the gov announcing this morning big changes to the nutrition labels on much of what you buy. we have the details coming up. >> they should make the print bigger. iwe don't back down. we only know one direction: up so we're up early. up late. thinking up game-changing ideas, like this: dozens of tax free zones across new york state. move here. expand here. or start a new business here... and pay no taxes for 10 years. with new jobs, new opportunities and a new tax free plan. there's only one way for your business to go. up. find out if your business can qualify at start-upny.com and a hotel is the perfect place to talk to you about hotels. all-you-can-eat is a hotel policy that allows you to eat all that you can. the hotel gym is short for gymnasium. the hotel pool is usually filled with water. and the best dot com for
you a clip. this is president clinton talking to me at the cgi last september about his own dealings with vladimir putin because it seems to me that trust in putin right now is absolutely key. listen to this. >> mr. putin has got -- he's very smart. >> you know him better than most people. >> yeah, i do. >> what was he like behind closed doors away from sort of the public utterances? >> smart and remarkably -- we had a really good, blunt relationship. >> how blunt? >> brutally blunt. >> did putin ever renege on a personal agreement made to you? >> no, he did not. >> behind closed doors he could be trusted. >> he kept his word in all the deals we made. >> i found that fascinating insight into that relationship and into the character of putin. and i remember bill clinton going on to say that what you had to be weary of with putin was making any public pronouncements as the american president or any world leader which exposed to him to any sense of ridicule and embarrassment losing faith with his own people. taking it to the current situation, what should we make about the reality of pu
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business his predecessor. remember hillary clinton's russian reset. she had a prop and incorrectly translated slogan to go with it. >> we want to reset our relationship, as -- so we will do it together. okay? >> well, as we all knowing, our russians relationship was reset. we can thank hillary clinton for resetting it all the way back to the '80s, just as republicans like mitt romney, it turns out hillary clinton's defining moment as secretary of state could be this spectacular failure. governor dean, was hillary clinton naive then five years ago? >> this is ridiculous conversation, s.e. >> it really isn't. this is going to haunt her for the next two years. >> these are talking points. it's beneath your show to put out partisan talk -- >> you don't think she's responsible for setting the tone of naivete with a clearly bad actor? >> first of all, it was joe biden's idea, and second of all the president's idea and that was before hillary clinton was even asked to be secretary of state, first of all. second of all, it is irresponsible not to talk to a major glob power and try to work
, hillary clinton reportedly comparing the russian president to adolf hitler. and a u.s. senator says he agrees. marge: you know, there's a more enjoyable way to get your fiber. try phillips fiber good gummies. they're delicious, and a good source of fiber to help support regularity. wife: mmmm husband: these are good! marge: the tasty side of fiber. from phillips. it's amanda. hey sweetie. what? [phones rings] okay, i'll send it. one hundred seventy-two dollars for a chemistry book, what is it, made of gold? just use citi popmoney. boom. ah, she's feeling lucky. hey sweetie...cancun, yeah no, you'll be spending spring break with your new chemistry book. with citi popmoney it's easy to send money to just about anyone, anytime. visit your local branch or citi.com/easierbanking to learn more. >>> the former secretary of state, hillary clinton, reportedly comparing vladimir putin's actions in ukraine to those of adolf hitler in the 1930s. hillary clinton was speaking at a private fund-raiser in california. according to the long beach press telegraph, she said this, and i'm quoting. now,
about of overplayings the hand here. look at bill clinton today. bill clinton, the former president of the united states of america who hooked up with an intern in the oval office for goodness sakes has a 60% approval rating because people still look at the grand what he did as president of the united states of america. democrats are campaigning with him today. and they look past that because they saw there was a personal mistake. ted nugent made a mistake. he made a mistake in what he said. that's the thing that people look at. >> final word goes to paul. >> ben, i have to beg you we stop using monica lewinsky from 20 years ago when we are discussing politics. i don't think we're helping ourselves. >> the point is though people look past failures. >> there's a lot of points we can take issue with in regards to bill clinton or hillary clinton who might be the potential candidate. i don't want to go back to relitigating what we did, what he did 20 years ago. please. >> final word goes to paul, the democrat. he's been very silent. >> i think the i'm trying to be polite here. my goodne
to be politically motivated lane closures. >>> all right, today, new documents expected from the clinton presidential library, 5,000 pages of previously unreleased papers, including confidential communications between former president bill clinton and his advisers and possible communications involving former first lady hillary clinton that could play a role if she decides to run in 2016. it's just the beginning, really. 25,000 more pages are expected in the coming weeks. >> people will be poring through these. >>> all right, breaking news overnight out of los angeles. former nfl star darren sharper has turned himself in to the lapd after police in new orleans obtained arrest warrants for him. sharper is facing rape charges in louisiana. he faces similar charges in california. last week in los angeles, he pleaded not guilty to drugging and raping two women. he is also under investigation in arizona and nevada, and miami beach police are investigating a sexual battery complaint against him. >>> all right, kerry kennedy's fate is now in the hands of a new york jury. the daughter of robert k
but not really back down. republican senator john mccain was very quick to agree with clinton's initial direct comparison tweeting she's right. she said hillary clinton compares to adolph hitler. putin equals hitler. hitler directly killed 11 million people in world war ii, 6 million jews. 5 million other people, homosexuals, gypsies. all of these people say putin equal hitler. really? >> well, for the reason you just articulated, it's why i never make that analogy a special -- >>> people are using the hitler/nazi analogy in the vernacular. even in this particular case, two weeks ago victor yanukovych, the guy who's been kicked out of the ukraine himself said we're seeing repetition of the nazi overthrow. both sides are using the hitler thing. >> i don't like -- like michael, i don't like use of hitler analogies or holocaust analogies. this is a unique level of evil that shouldn't be diminished by frequent comparisons. "the washington post" had a summary today of all of the people who have invoked hitler analogies in recent years. it was a very long list and embarrassing. frankly, i thought se
on the george washington bridge. >>> will she or won't she? hillary clinton hasn't said if she plans to run for president in 2016 but her fiery speeches and her stop this week in the key swing state of florida certainly suggest she's eyeing the oval office. clinton's fiercest critics are already weighing in. our senior political correspondent brianna keilar responds. >> it's only 2014 but the likely presidential candidates are jockeying for position. >> when women are excluded and marginalized, we all suffer. >> reporter: she spoke about gender equality as she ramps up her public schedule. she has a sizable lead among democrats and republicans eyeing the white house are taking aim. >> i think hillary clinton will struggle to win on multiple fronts. >> marco rubio slammed clinton tuesday for the 2012 terrorist attack on the u.s. consulate in benghazi, libya. it claimed the lives of four americans, including ambassador chris stevens while she was secretary of state. >> they should have closed that facility or provided adequate security. they did not under her watch. i think she's going to hav
than most governors across the country. >>> all right, we're getting a feel for what a hillary clinton presidential campaign might look like and sound like. the former first lady delivering a big speech last night at the university of miami. her message -- equality and inclusion. she says the full participation of anyone, including women, poor, young people and disadvantaged, it's the only way to get america turned around. and the crowd, obviously, very warm welcome she got at the university of miami. >> wow! look at that right there. >>> officials in texas say they will appeal a federal judge's ruling striking down the state's ban on same-sex marriage. the judge says the texas law has no purpose but to demean gays and lesbians. texas is the largest state to have its marriage ban overturned, like others in utah, oklahoma and virginia, the judge stayed his ruling pending appeals. governor rick perry has vowed to continue the fight for texans to self-determine their state marriage laws. >>> new security plans at the boston marathon after last year's terror attack that killed three and wo
security advisor. >>> coming up, hillary clinton making a comparison between vladimir putin and adolf hitler. we now have the recordings of her remarks, her initial remarks, how she's following up today. she's explaining what she was trying to say. stand by for that. echoes of the cold war. >>> is putin trying to bring back the soviet union or rebuild a greater russia? i'll speak with a russian journalist and a former soviet spokesman vladimir posezner. i have low testosterone. there, i said it. see, i knew testosterone could affect sex drive, but not energy or even my mood. that's when i talked with my doctor. he gave me some blood tests... showed it was low t. that's it. it was a number. [ male announcer ] today, men with low t have androgel 1.62% testosterone gel. the #1 prescribed topical testosterone replacement therapy increases testosterone when used daily. women and children should avoid contact with application sites. discontinue androgel and call your doctor if you see unexpected signs of early puberty in a child, or signs in a woman, which may include changes in body hair o
's borders. this was a bipartisan policy. clinton began, bush continued it, obama carried it on. during this period. 14 years he's been in power, putin made one point repeatedly. i have two red lines. you remember the red lines, obama used to have one in syria. putin means his. one red line is in the former soviet republic of georgia, you'll recall we had a war there in 2008, a proxy war. the other and far more important was in ukraine. i believe by the approach we've taken by ukraine. we meaning washington and the eu, that we have crossed his red line. fareed is right, it's not a good thing when guys in black masks are running around. they began running around in kiev when we overthrew the elected government there. >> okay, let's play a clip from president obama before i come back to you, this is him talking about the situation today, when he met israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu. >> i think the world is largely united in recognizing that the steps russia has taken are a violation of ukraine's sovereignty. ukraine's territorial integrity, they're a violation of international la
as an international relations professor, your view of what hillary clinton said earlier this week comparing putin's actions in ukraine, the pretext that he invoked to what hitler did when he set a pretext for invading neighboring countries in the 1930s. this reported by buzz feed initially. is that a fair assessment. she wasn't specifically drawing a comparison between hitler and putin but talking about the pretext of going in to save russian speaking peoples. is that fair? >> i think that's not a particularly useful analogy and comparisons to hitler should be used very carefully. it's sort of typical of the foreign policy hyperbole we often get. great powers have various interests for intervening in other countries. they do that sometimes, the united states has done that. we're always pretty good at coming up with various rationales for doing it. again we don't have to like what russia did and our diplomacy should be organized around stabilizing the situation and hopefully reversing it. we have to recognize that they were doing this to defend what they regard as vital to national security intere
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women. he's been investigated in three other states. >>> the clinton library is preparing to release 33,000 pages of previously confidential records from bill clinton's presidency. the first four to 5,000 are set to go online this afternoon. the rest will be released over the next two weeks. >>> all right. i know it's busy in the morning, but you need to pay attention to this. do you remember this moment? we're going to play it now. in is at the state of the union. they say could be the longest standing ovation in history. sergeant cory remsberg. yesterday, we told you the story of his amazing recovery. we all say we support the troops, right? at that state of the union, the left and the right, they stood up and cheered. remember how they said they were united by him. here is the real deal. yesterday, the senate took up a bill for veterans like cory, $21 billion brought by independent bernie sanders. it was planned to improve veterans' access to health care. all things both parties say they should have. should have sailed through, right? senate republicans however tried to tack on addit
to award bonuses at the irs in an era of belt tightening. >>> speculation about 2016, clinton heading to the key swing state of florida today for a pair of speeches. first stop, orlando. then she'll head to the university of miami. clinton has been traveling the country giving speeches. she is expected to decide later this year. >>> new this morning, another milestone for obamacare. the president says 4 million people have signed up. it's a big number, but of course, the doubters are still saying the law is not doing what it needs to do. we're live at the white house with more. how are the numbers being taken? >> reporter: some would say this is good news for the white house. these numbers show that the pace of enrollments has been steadily improving since the problems were fixed with the website healthcare.gov. still the administration would have to see record signups for the remaining several weeks just to reach the new lower goal of 6 million enrollees by march 3 1st. that's 1 million people than in the beginning. just last week, vice president biden said it would still be a hell o
. it was over 20 years ago that the congress passed and president bill clinton signed the federal religious freedom restoration act. the supreme court later ruled that that couldn't apply to the states, so many states including arizona -- arizona is only one of 18 states that have adopted these type of laws. this is a minor amendment to this law. >> would you please educate our friend why this bill is so obnoxious and horrible. >> i do appreciate that it actually has bland language, but what it will really do is say to folks that you can deny services, you can deny serving someone because you believe that it's wrong to serve gay and lesbian folks. and that's why, john mccain, senator mccain, senator flake, both republican senators in arizona have said, let's not do this. veto this bill. i truly think that the local chamber of commerce, marriott, apple have come out against this. they know it will create an intolerant atmosphere for gay and lesbian folks in arizona and arizona should say no. >> first of all, arizona does not currently include sexual orientation as a protected category under
secretary clinton go out with a reset butt button. they've had all these gestures. if you were putin wouldn't you take from all that that there's a pretty high level of willingness on the part of the obama administration to give you a pass if you do a few small thing, like say take crimea? >> i think the real thing is and the president was correct, this is not the cold war where it's a zero sum game. during the cold war we allied ourselves with very unsavory characters because we did not want the soviet union to get ahead. that's the point. it's not a zero sum game. there are things we could work on. for example, had you not had what everybody criticized, you would have never gotten the russians to help support those sanctions against iran. they're not a geopolitical foe. they're a declining power. this is going to make them weaker because there are going to be a lot of people in ukraine who might have worked with them, but after this they're not going to do it. interesting if you take a look, they control two parts of georgia, but the others are trying to move toward nato. and that's what
it will be similar to what the clinton global initiative is and how former president clinton handles aides. he can take the politics out of this once he is out of office and take money from major corporations and donations to help young black men around the country. something he does as president is because he is the president of the entire country and not just black gentlemen. bl . >> good afternoon. >> good afternoon. >> i'm casey champagne and i'm 18, a senior at high park academy. i have been a youth guidance at high park for two years. i lived with my mother and i lived with my older sister who is in college. i enjoy working as a referee for a high school basketball games, but not as much as i love baseball. i'm an avid baseball player. a huge fan of the chicago white sox. >> that's right. >> my neighborhood is tough. it isn't always safe. just recently i was robbed while walking home from school. with those challenges they have not stopped me from wanting to have a better and safer place to live and work. they improvise a safe circle where men can learn the skills they need to stay on track.
of no business as usual. it might make sense to decide to kick russia out of the g-8. president clinton was the one and he had good reason to do this when he worked with president yeltsin, expanding from g-8 to g-7. president clinton gave substantial support to the russian federation. but you see putin acting in a way that -- so we certainly cannot somewhere -- i would be surprised if president obama did not announce that today or in the coming days that he's not going to sochi and i think the european allies should support him on that. >> that goes with the cold war who would have thought things would be unfolding as quickly as they are right now. nick, thanks very much for offering some good perspective on what's going on. our own christianne amanpour is standing by in longdon. but first, today's cnn hero, he's changing the lives of families. meet this very special man. >>> i'm emotional right now. i'm excited. i'm so glad things are starting to turn around. it's been like five years, me and my kids didn't have nowhere to go. we just had to go from place to place. we slept in abandone
document 1994, heads of state summit, president clinton was there. ukraine is a partner as is russia. in that document it says that that nation, ukraine, can come to the north atlantic council of nato if their territory integrity is threatened, their security is threatened, it can come and say, we would like to bring our attention. >> would nato come to the defense of ukraine? >> i think if the u.s. would invoke that to the north atlantic council because that is part of the agreement, i think that the united actions by nato could have an effect to deter what russia may or may not do with troops. >> but they have to agree. you've got to get germany, you've got to get all of the nato allies on board. they have been hesitant to act. >> many of them are very concerned that this is a portend of the future. look, there are ethnic russians in estonia and a western outpost in europe. this can have an effect, i think, if action isn't taken not just military, political, diplomatic, economic. >> i'm going to show our viewers new video just coming in. these are russian troops. they are fully ope
expanded under bill clinton, that this is the most fateful mistake in foreign policy and lead to a new cold war and george lived to the 100s, and he died a few years ago, but the truth goes marching on. and now continuing under bush and continuing under obama, and right now it is on russia's borders and if you want to know for sure, and i have spent a lot of time in moscow, but if you want to know what the power elite thinks that ukraine is about, it is about bringing it into nato. one last point, that so-called economic partnership that yanukovych, the elected president of ukraine did not sign, and that set off the protests in the streets in november, which led to this violence in and the kconfirmatin today, that so-called economic agreement included military clauses that say that ukraine by signing this civilization agreement had to abide by the nato military policy, and that is what this is about from the russian point of view, the ongoing march, and putin had no choice, and he has no choice, and if you put him in the corner, you are going to be seeing worse. >> and that is a sobering as
of state in the clinton administration and zbigniew brzezinski who was carter's national security adviser. welcome back, both. zbigniew, let me start with you, this is about as tense a situation. what can washington or the world do to stop putin from doing what phil black was suggesting, which is moving even further and actually moving russian troops into ukraine proper? >> that prospect in my view is by far the more serious one because in effect, putin has claimed the right to intervene in ukraine itself, to intervene militarily by force, and the crimean scenario may be a preview of what he's planning, namely in some of the eastern regions of ukraine, which are inhabited by russian speaking ukrainian, some of whom are favorable to moscow, riots could be staged, could be provoked by mouse cou and russian troops would enter. this is what we have to deter, prevent, discourage. we have to take a stand publicly offering russia some sort of participation in an overall international effort to help stabilize the ukrainian economy and so forth, but privately, at the same time, we have to warn rus
. the initial g-7 suddenly became the g-8 back in the late 90s or the mid-90s when president clinton decided to offer that sort of as a good will gesture to then president yeltsin. at the time, russia was basically on the u.s. side. the soviet union had collapsed. it all sort of happened rather pie peacefully. all these new laws and republics became independent. what's happened since, there have been periods of cooperation between russia and the west and periods of real tension and cooperation. we are going through one of those now. the second presidency of vladimir putin has marked a dramatic escalation tension between russia and the united states, between russia and the west. the fact of the matter is when it comes to the g-8 russia is not a democracy. president putin has consolidated power to an extent that basically gives no room for any legitimate opposition, the press are rounded up and put in jail at any drop of the how the. right now, alexi nuvoni, one of the senior liberal politicians in russia, right after the sochi game, when vladimir putin was putting on this fantastic show for t
strongly. >> a new poll shows that 57% of americans approve of the job that hillary clinton did as secretary of state. 69% see her as tough. despite what we've heard about benghazi and other things, i don't know that this is going to hurt her ultimately. >> 67% of people probably know she flew in a lot of airplanes. it's obviously a very important policy that went on when she was secretary of state, whatever she did or didn't do and it's an important issue but whether it's actually part of the presidential politics, aside from the attacks from certain republicans, i don't think it will be a major factor in how people decide whether she will be president or not. >> very quickly? >> she has a personality, she operates more from the gut on some of these issues than from the brain. she's not de-escalate the way she is. >> thank you for coming in. >>> when we come back, everybody makes mistakes, but "the new york times" is making good on a broop blooper 161 years ago having to did with "12 years a slave." so our business can be on at&t's network for $175 a month? yup. all 5 of you f
land commissioner and john cornyn turning back a tea party challenge. >>> in hillary clinton decides to run in 2016, a new poll finds she may have support from a somewhat unlikely group, republicans. 8% of republicans said there is a good chance they would vote for her. 8%. 17% says there was some chance they would vote for her. 74% says, no chance at all. mrs. clinton will speak to cleej students at an event at ucla today. >>> a woman was killed in a huge gas leak and explosion in new jersey. they were unable to identify the woman found near a car. seven other people were injured in the accident. dozens of homes were damaged. >>> so an asteroid is on the way and it's going to pass closer to earth than the moon. it's going to happen today around 4:00 p.m. eastern. experts say it poses no threat. it will get no closer than some 200,000 miles away. you will not be able to see it probably because the asteroid would be too dark to view correctly. does it make a sound if you do not see it? >> is that the age-old -- >> something like that. i think it does make a sound. except the space thi
that we have had they used to call bill clinton the first black president just for fun but, yes, i think he has more of a freedom. listen, in his first term he didn't do that much about gay rights and gay marriage and it started to happen in the second term. he had to prove himself in the beginning. he had probably more criticism than most presidents because when you are the first of anything, there is a bigger responsibility put on you. he's a spectacle in a way. everyone is being looking to hit him and everyone is looking to punch him and i understand that. as journalists, you weigh whether you should -- how much you should criticize the president because he's black or what have you but then you have to do it because ultimately you're a journalist. he gets it from all ends. he gets it from every one. now that he's in his second term five years in, he's thinking about his legacy and realizes that he must do something on this particular issue and you know what, i believe him. >> right. >> reporter: i believe him when it comes to this particular issue. everyone has to hold him to it. jour
clinton is the presumed frontrunner for the presidential nomination, and should be scrutinized and weight happened here is, that the allegations here are about the governor of a state and those closest to him putting people's lives in danger. people who had the ambulances, people's livelihoods, this kind of use for vengeance of a governor's office is a big story and ought to be. it is not some kind of minor prank. >> we did hear him criticize the media again this week let's play the tape of governor christie speaking about that. >> you folks are the only people at the moment who are asking me about this. i've been to two town hall meetings in the last two weeks and there hasn't been one question on this. i will be dammed if i let any of this stuff get in the way of doing my real job. >> the governor there is implying the public doesn't care about this. only the press does. >> either the governor is being totally disingenuous or worse, totally out of touch with his constituents. i was in monthchair, new jersey, the other night and that's all people there wanted to talk about, what's happen
, probably not the midterms but tt pshl, that has hillary clinton at the reset button with russia and then sort of a flash forward to what's going on in crimea? >> well, i think it's too soon to say how this is all going to play out. >> agreed. >> but, you know, i think in american politics you don't get credit for having a nuanced strategy when it relates to foreign policy. short of being in a war and handling a crisis in some decisive way when we gt got the pirates, it's rare that when you're the president of the united states and you're trying to negotiate out of a sensible path forward, the american people will have a spike in your approval for how they're doing. i think amy is absolutely right, you're seeing that bleed of domestic politics into how people see the president and his leadership overall. the unfortunate news here is as things with obamacare are getting better or starting to hit some of the marks on targets and the website's working well and people are getting insured, but now the news from the ukraine is going to completely block that out and people aren't going
, and president obama took office in 2009 and secretary of state hillary clinton wanted to reset relations with russia and putin. >> how did that go? >> how is that working out? >> not really working out well. and i think, as we all know -- and the challenge for this president now is to lead to lea it's -- putin doesn't care, honestly, if he's getting thrown out of the g-8. but the question is, what can we do in terms of these sanctions. as senator mccain was talking about, what can you do to isolate russia economically, so that you revoke visas, you freeze assets. those are things that will have a huge economic impact, and that's the way that the united states can retaliate at this point. but the president needs to spend his time convincing our allies and that's the problem he's got on his hands right now. >> got to get the allies on the same page. not easy. gloria, thanks very much. >>> coming up, investors getting their first chance to react after this crisis in ukraine exploded over the weekend. strong reaction from markets on wall street and around the world. up next, an exclusive int
hillary clinton when she was secretary of state pushed the reset button with our relationship with russia. they would argue that the blurred red line in syria, where the united states vacillated, gave putin the opening to do what he wants to do in ukraine. having said all of that, you put it aside. and you look at the situation in congress right now, wolf, and ironically, the president has got a pretty united congress behind him, because there is nobody calling for troops on the ground. what they're calling for are force ohful sanctions. this loan guarantee is something that congress is going to support. they're having hearings this week. you could have legislation as early as next week. so while the president has trouble with our european allies, he's not going to have a lot of trouble, ironically, here at home, because people want to do something forceful and strong, and so he's got congressional support. it's just a matter -- >> because you hear the argument. and i've heard it all day today, from some. why should the u.s. be more concerned about what's going on in ukraine than the rest
advisers were up to. >>> hillary clinton with the survey find more think of first lady than they did when she ran for the white house. 56% describe her as honest. that's up significantly since 2008 when she was running for president. 36% think she's hard to like. back in 2008, 53% of those called her unlikable. >> and barack obama saying you're likable enough, hillary. >>> george bush is close to being lake-effected. h.j. bush the nephew of george w. bush. p., as he's called in the family has won the republican primary to run for texas land commissioner. that is a stepping-stone to higher office in texas. senator john cornyn also won the primary beating steve carson. carson peeked sessions with the challenger as well. a lot of the people watching the texas election to seat strength in the tea party. let's take a look at "new day." kate bolduan joins us. >> good morning, you guys. we're, of course, going to continue to cover the breaking developments from the ukraine. secretary of state john kerry is set to meet with his russia counterpart just hours from now. what will happen in that meet
with berman and michaela starts now. >>> the secret clinton files, a huge trove of documents about bill and hillary clinton. what do they say? when will they be released? why it puts president obama in a bind. >> a baby with three jen etd tick parents. scientists say they can do it but should they? who gets custody, who has legal rights? >> he shook up the world or was it the mom? >> new information that the fbi thought one of the most famous fights in history might have been fixed? we will hear from boxing legend, don king live. >> hello. i'm john berman. >> i'm michaela pereira. good morning out west. it is 8:00 a.m. out there. >>> happening now, a passenger terminal at the port of miami is being evacuated due to a
. and part of the reason why, he has the burden of being the first. if hillary clinton gets in, she will have the burden of being the first. what i mean by that is, there's a sort of expectation that you're going to do things to help your community and he's been criticized for not doing that and it's tricky for him. he doesn't want to be perceived as the president of black people. he wants to be perceived as the president of the united states. >> he is the president of the united states. >> right. but if he comes out aggressively helping only black people, he's characterized at the president of black people. he was cautious in his first term. he's a little freer now. we're seeing more initiatives near and dear to his heart. he's from chicago. i'm from chicago. he's right. we've gotten to a point where we read in that city about young black men being killed and we don't pause. i loved the fact that he brought that up because it strikes home for a lot of people. >> he said we've become numb. i want to read to you what we heard from tavis smily from pbs, a very smart guy. this is what he told fo
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